McAuliffe Ducks Request to Meet Cuban Dissidents
He didn’t have to hand out pocket Constitutions to everyone he met – just try and show some awareness that its principles aren’t exclusively yearned for by Americans.
Is Carson the Latest Military Faker? Not Really.
There’s two sides to every story, and the whole story of the Ben Carson West Point issue isn’t as straight forward as it seems.
Bad idea of the week: the government taking your saliva (and DNA)
For a party that is skeptical of government (and rightly so), we can be strangely enthusiastic about handing that government more and more power in an area where its mistakes are most destructive to people’s lives: criminal law.
NextGen GOP Launches With Gillespie, Del. Hugo
A large crowd of younger voters, ranging from those already involved in Virginia politics to others who were simply curious about the Republican Party, gathered in Arlington on Monday night for the launch of NextGen GOP. The agenda included remarks from two leaders of the new group for young voters along with Del. Tim Hugo, the current House of Delegates Majority Caucus Chair, and Senate candidate Ed Gillespie.
New GOP group for younger voters set to launch
In 2013, younger voters formed a significant share of the electorate (nearly 40%) and were distinctly unimpressed with the idea of voting Republican. To help solve this problem, a group of Virginia Republicans will launch “NextGen GOP” at an event on Monday evening in Arlington featuring Senate candidate Ed Gillespie. Can a new group help improve GOP prospects moving forward?
Accepting Gay Marriage in Virginia
The reaction of Virginia opponents to the decision, notably the delegate who co-wrote the overturned amendment, reminded me of the reasons I once opposed gay marriage – and why I changed my mind.
The Right Kind of Accountability on Bergdahl?
If you believe that this kind of decision is part of conducting a war, as I do, then you should also believe that Congress has no business telling the president exactly how to make it.